Latest trends in wearable technologies illustrate importance of design and aesthetics for today’s savvy consumers.
Cool Collabs: Married to the Mob X Burton, Moon Boots Turn 40, Nixon X the Beastie Boys, and More
Collaborations that keep consumers interested are vital to the success of many brands these days. Here are a few worth noting.
Hermes Global Scarf Campaign, J’aime Mon Carre, to Attract Young Hipsters Features Interesting Marketing Methods
Paris Round-Up: Street Artist Andre’s”Love Graffiti” and Quiksilver Boards; Comme des Garcons’ Pop-up for 40th Anniversary; Surface to Air New Store and Pop-up Bless
February is the month of love and where else would so much amour take place than in Paris. New exhibitions and pop-up’s within pop-up stores are headlining news.
Uniqlo Achieves Unprecedented Success with Net Income Increase of 57.2%
There’s a reason we keep writing about Japan-based fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo. While other retailers are dropping like flies, Uniqlo proves their strategies are on the money.
Store Profile: Paris Concept Store colette and How It Features Multi-Genre Trends
Each month is something new as one of the world’s most famous concept stores redefines itself constantly. This month there’s the Miles Aldridge expo, 35th Anniv of Hello Kitty, and the Andre-InCase-Arkitip Collab to start.
Japanese Fast-Fashion Retailer Uniqlo Opens Shop-in-Shop in Paris’ Colette
The 5 Points of Retail that Are NOT Slowing Down in Youth Culture Markets and Why
Despite the state of retail hitting a serious low-point in the last 2 months, there are some aspects of the landscape that are going strong from a youth culture perspective, which illustrates where the potential lies in the future.
Collaboration Round-up: Married to the Mob X Nike; Lanvin X Acne Jeans; Dr. Dre X Monster Cable Headphones; Shoes-up Magazine X Lacoste; Baby the Stars Shine Bright Japanese Brand Pop-up in Colette Paris
Collaborations across cultures continue to create new niches and successful branding strategies while keeping must-have consumerism alive.
Paris Graffiti Artist Andre Launches Street Fashion Collection
In a rare interview with Parisian graffiti artist, retailer, club owner, and now clothing designer, Andre, Label Networks sheds light on how this Renaissance man’s empire grew from the tougher side of Paris.